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Electric tiller?

 
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Grant,
Looks like you have mastered the electric tractor. Now, what about an electric powered tiller?
 
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Hi Jean,

Started work on one by modifying a Troy-Bilt Horse. It will be for inside high tunnels for an emissions-free work environment. Electric tillers are the standard for indoors in the Netherlands, playing catchup here in the States.
 
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Hey Guys!

I am looking to begin cultivating in the spring. Simply little scale Until I complete school one year from now or two. I am looking to get a tiller. I would love to have a tractor, however I can't generally manage the cost of it at this time! Do you folks have any recommendations? In the event that I use the cash on a tiller, I need it to be one that will last a while and be reliable and issue free. Any proposals? Much appreciated!
 
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